The lights at Roseville Terrace are nothing short of spectacular. A lot of hard work goes in to it and we got a special behind the scenes look at what it takes to make the magic happen. There were many challenges faced through the year starting with all the snow we received back in January, the decorations were buried as well as the thousands of lights. To make matters worse Hurricane Irene damaged two storage sheds. They were further delayed putting up the decorations due to the freak snowstorm the week before Halloween. They were able to overcome all these obstacles and were able to “officially” light up on Thanksgiving Day.
If you live in Fairfield County as visit is a must. If you drive by you are missing most of the experience, there is so much to see on the porch and backyard. Admission is free. The display is up through to New Years Day. Roseville Terrace is located right off of Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield, CT.